Two men were found with heroin and methamphetamine during a traffic stop last Friday. 21 year old Travis Michael Jenkins of Carthage, the driver and his passenger, 40 year old Patrick Ryan Goolsby of Smith Road, Smithville were taken into custody.
On Friday, December 27 a deputy pulled over a silver Chrysler 300 for a registration violation and during the traffic stop the driver, Jenkins identified himself as Tyler Jenkins and gave a false date of birth. Authorities later learned Jenkins’ true identity and date of birth.
Jenkins appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance and he admitted to have taken pills and smoked some marijuana. Jenkins performed poorly on field sobriety tasks and while he submitted to implied consent, a search warrant was obtained for a blood sample from him.
During the investigation, Jenkins gave the deputy consent to search his vehicle and a bag of a white powdery substance weighing 3.5 grams believed to heroin and along with a set of scales were found on the driver’s side of the automobile. Two bags containing a total of 1.6 ounces of a crystal like substance believed to be meth and another set of scales were also found on the driver’s side.
The deputy learned that Jenkins’ license are revoked for failure to file an accident report in Rutherford County in 2013. He also has two prior offenses against him for driving on a revoked license.
Jenkins is charged with criminal impersonation, driving on a revoked license, driving under the influence, possession with intent manufacture, sell, or deliver methamphetamine, and possession of a schedule I controlled substance. He was further cited for registration violation and possession of drug paraphernalia. His bond totals $82,000.
Goolsby is charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell, or deliver methamphetamine and possession of a schedule I controlled substance. His bond is $70,000. Both men will make a court appearance on January 9.
A woman who assaulted her boyfriend with a broom during a domestic disturbance on Christmas Day will be in court January 9.
46 year old Jennifer Sue Pitt of Lee Braswell Road, Smithville is charged with domestic assault. Her bond is $2,500.
On December 25 a deputy was called to Pitt’s residence due to a domestic disturbance and upon arrival he spoke with both Pitt and her boyfriend who admitted that they had gotten into an altercation which turned physical as Pitt struck him about the head several times with a broom leaving cuts and knots on his head. When she saw her boyfriend bleeding from the assault, Pitt said she called EMS . Pitt had no physical marks on her and she was determined to have been the primary aggressor.